Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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(towa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1*66 Kuhns plan "50th" MR. AND MRS. Gordon Kuhn will have been married 50 years next Tuesday. They are spending the winter at Port Isabel, Tex., as they have done for the past four years and the address there is general delivery, • Gordon, son of the late C. C. Kuhn, of Algona, and Fairie Houser of Ada, Ohio, were married at Kenton, 0., on Feb. 28, 1916, and went to Cleveland on their wedding trip. Mr. Kuhn had been working in the Hobart M. Cable Piano factory at LaPorte, Ind., and from there went to the D. 0. Betz School of Piano Tuning at Ada, O., where the couple met. They returned to Algona March 14, 1916, and have continued to live here ever since, with Mr. Kuhn maintaining a piano business at his home. They will spend their anniversary with friends at Port Isabel, and when they return to Algona in the Spring an open house will be held for them by their two children: Helen, Mrs. Dallas Klein, Algona, and Robert, of Ankeny. The Kuhns are members of First Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Doerning returned Saturday from five weeks vacation at Mesa and Tempe, Ariz. At Mesa they visited a son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner. At Tempe they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Doerning. Guests from Friday until Monday at the Ronald Veldhouse hpme were her parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jorgen- soyi, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jorgenson and Jeffry, Luck, Wis. Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Erickson and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Ames attending a clinic. The Dean Bilyeu family visii ed her mother, Mrs. Meda Snyder at Eagle Grove Sunday. AAyra Ostrum accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bratland, oi Bode, to Dubuque last weekend to visit the Jerry and Steve Os- trums. Mrs. Ostrum is theii grandmother and the Bratlands are parents of Mrs. Jerry Os trum. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen Gregg, and Mrs. Meda Snyder Eagle Grove, visited Saturday night with the Dean Bilyeus. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Cooke, o Emmetsburg, spent Friday nigh at the Walter Peterson's and on Saturday went on to Chester, Minn., to visit another daughter and a son at Lime Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Hentges and family, LeSeuer, Minn., visited with relatives and friends in the Algona area last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley left Saturday for San Francisco, Calif, by plane. After attending a three day meeting they will visit a daughter, Therese, at Soledad, Calif., where she is a lay extension worker. In Denver, Colo., they will visit with another daughter, Mary Ann, who is an occupational therapist at a Children's hospital. Mrs. E. W. Abbott and Jean accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Conway of Mallard attended the district banquet of the Iowa Saddle Horse Ass'n. in Sioux City Sunday. They also visited at the Dick Wallen stables there. The Richard Chases have their daughter, Mrs. Rick Pow ers, and 10 month-old Brenda Lee visiting them this week from Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Chase met them Sunday at the Fort Podge airport. Mr. and Mrs. Qle Frendahl will leave for Riverside, Calif, today (Thursday) for a month's visit with her nephew, Howard Carlson, who own a chicken ranch. Last weekend they visited their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller at Cedar Rapids. Janice and Diane Danii IMW \ve- 'nt with them. Kelly Louise Maharas was born Feb. 13 at St. Ann hospital. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maharas. They have another daughter, Connie, who is six years old. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Irvington, spent a few days last week at Cherokee Village, Arkansas. On their return trip, they stopped at Mrs. Immerfall's sister in Lebanon, Mo., and at Mr. Johnson's niece in Columbia, Mo. The Orlan Ott family, of Waterloo, are expected this weekend for a visit with friends. They are former Algona residents. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cowan left Friday by car to spend three weeks in Olympia. Wash, to visit their daughter, Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walbridge, Lori and Ann. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Harcey left Sunday afternoon for New Richmond, Wis., to visit their son, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Harcey and daughter. They return ed Monday evening. SERVICEMEN LOWELL W. BYAM Fort Belvoir, Va. (AHTNC) — Pvt. Lowell W. Byam, son oi the Perry L. Byams, Algona completed a six-week power generation course at the Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Va., Feb. 18. He is a 1962 graduate of Garrigan high school in Algona and attended South Dakota State College in Brookings. BRUCE AKKERMAN I Corps, Korea AHTNC — Army PFC Bruce C. Akkerman, son of the C. H. Akkermans, Titonka, took part in Flying Tackle II, a one-week field training exercise conducted by 1 Corps in Korea that ended Feb. 12. He is a clerk typist in the 7th Infantry Division's 7th Administration Company and is a 1962 graduate of Titonka high school. TWO NEW MARINES San Diego, Calif. (FHTNC) Feb. 10 — Marine Privates Michael L. Reilly, son of the Louis H. Reillys, and Marlyn K 4 Struecker, son of the Wernea W. Strueckers, Algona, are graduates of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif. They are now having individual combat and basic specialist training at the Marine Corps i, Camp PcndJo'ton, Calif. AT BUDGET PRICES \ 1 s, U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF POT ROAST BEST BLADE ROASTS EXTRA TRIMMED ROASTS lb. CHOICE SHOULDER DECKER'S IOWANA SPICED LUNCHEON LOAF HEW n«K HOODS mummm (weekdays) For Yow Shopping Convenience MORRELL'S PRIDE - FIRST GRADE SLICED GRADE "A" FRESH FRYER PARTS Light or . ft Dark Meat 49 100% PURE FRESH GROUND unuunu ., i\^f BEEF lb 37 for Lenten Meals DEiMMING'S RED Salmon 1 Lb. Can FASTCO GULFKIST BREADED FROZEN Shrimp 10 Oz Pkg. GOOCH'S Elbow Macaroni i 2 Lb. ? Bag ICE CREAM 1/2 gal. 59C FREE! HERSHEY'S 1 POUND CAN OF CHOCOLATE SYRUP WITH EACH PURCHASE OF FASTCO ICECREAM. 85C value for 596 FASTCO I Lb, Pkg. LIMIT ONE PLEASE JELLO'S —ALL FLAVORS DUNCAN HINES Pancake Mix 3 Lb. 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